Helping You Bring Justice to a Family Member in the Case of Wrongful Death
If a person is killed due to negligence on the part of another person or business entity, a family member, such as a parent, spouse or sibling, has the right to bring a suit of wrongful death against the negligent party. This allows someone who has lost his or her loved one in any kind of accident or incident to recover not only the costs of medical bills and a funeral but also the future earning potential of that person in terms of supporting his or her family.
It is important to bring a wrongful death suit within two years of the person's death or within one year if it was a death due to medical malpractice. The state of Ohio statutes on wrongful death impose these time limits. And it is important to have a Cleveland wrongful death attorney who knows what he's doing. Scott A. Rumizen is such an attorney and he has brought wrongful death suits to a successful resolution for his clients.
Call Scott A. Rumizen, Attorney at Law, at 888-732-1018 or send an e-mail to discuss the circumstances surrounding the death of your loved one. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you don't pay a fee unless your case is successfully settled.
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Scott will examine every detail of your loved one's death from the circumstances of the accident to time spent in the hospital, how much pain he or she was in and what should have been done to prevent his or her death in the first place, showing negligence on the part of the other party or parties involved.
He will then use all of this information to present your case to the insurance company or to the negligent parties. He is an aggressive lawyer with nearly 20 years of experience bringing personal injury cases to a successful resolution.
Contact Scott at 888-732-1018 to schedule your free initial appointment.